By Kathy Ross
All New Crafts for Thanksgiving
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Secure the point with glue. Use a clamp clothespin to hold the two ends of the tie together until the glue dries. Cut a triangle beak for the turkey from the orange felt. Glue the beak over the point of the tie. 34 old necktie Glue the two wiggle eyes above the beak. Wrap a piece of red pipe cleaner around your finger to curl it to make the wattle. Glue one end of the wattle under the beak. To use the napkin ring, fold a napkin like a fan and slide it through the ring. Bring the two ends of the napkin up to meet and secure them from the top with a paper clip.
Cut two bumps from the bump chenille pipe cleaner. You will use a bump on each side of the holder to make two turkey heads. Thread the strip of chenille through the center holes in the two circles so that there is one bump on each side and the two circles are held together. Bend the two bumps up on each side, then fold the ends forward to look like turkey heads. Cut a 2-inch (5-cm) piece of red pipe cleaner to make a wattle for each turkey head. Curl one end of each piece around the pen, then wrap the other end around the neck of the turkey to secure it with the curled end hanging down.
Use paper clips to secure any loose bows until the glue dries. Gobble! Gobble! 41 Make this puzzle to do yourself and share with holiday visitors. Rubber Band Thanksgiving Puzzle Here is what you need: scissors permanent markers stiff box cardboard sixteen or more flat, identical rubber bands Here is what you do: Cut a rectangle of cardboard that is just wide enough to slide the rubber bands on and hold them without stretching them too much. Make the card a couple of inches longer than it is tall.